BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA)— The Museum of Native American History in Bentonville broke ground on a new garden today.
Earlier this month, the museum raised nearly $2,000, which was matched in supplies by Bogle’s Garden City and Runway Group in Bentonville.
The Three Gardens of Indigenuity: A Living Exhibition will showcase three components of indigenous natural law– land, air and water.
It is an incredible educational tool. And we’re so grateful to have the analytics that will be involved from the University of Arkansas students to watch this grow and actually grow it. Today you’re looking at a little tiny spot but, you know, it starts with one seed of inspiration.Charlotte Buchanan Yale, Director of The Museum of Native American History
The exhibit will include three teaching gardens developed to focus visitors’ attention on each element through plants, art and sculpture.